When someone is convicted of a sex crime in Ohio, there is a high chance that part of their sentencing will require sex offender registration. People placed on a sex offender registry will need to reregister at regular intervals, or face further criminal penalties. The public can access a sex offender registry to view people on the list, which means employers, lenders, landlords, and other parties in positions of power will often do all they can to avoid or reject registrants. If you have been placed on a sex offender registry in Ohio, you will face many years of hardship due to the necessity of reregistration. In some cases, reclassification may be possible to better your circumstances.
Adam Walsh Act (SB 10) Sex Offender Registration and Notification Cases - ACLU of OhioACLU of Ohio
2006 Ohio Revised Code - 2152.85. Petition requesting reclassification or declassification.
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Sex offender reclassified
For more information about registered sex offenders near the campus you attend visit the Ohio Attorney General's Sexual Offender Search. Beginning January 1, Ohio implemented a new classification system for offenders convicted on sexual-related offenses. Upon sentencing, a judge decides based on a number of factors, will determine at which level the offender will immediately be classified. When the offender is released from confinement, moves to a new county of residence or begins a job or school, the offender must register with the sheriff within three days.
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